Excel + WSH

I've got this macro in Excel:

Sub Macro3()

    ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs FileName:= _
        "C:\WINNT\Profiles\alexp.000\Personal\test.xls", FileFormat:=xlNormal, _
        Password:="", WriteResPassword:="", ReadOnlyRecommended:=False, _
End Sub

How can I convert this macro to Windows Sripting Host/ASP?  

objXL.ActiveWorkboost.Saveas works, but it doesnt save it with the filename I want... when I try to add the filename variable, it says incorrect syntax...

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Did you create a workbook first?

    Dim oXL

    Set oXL = CreateObject("Excel.Application")

    oXL.ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs "C:\Data\Excel97\MyFile.xls"


    Set oXL = Nothing

This little snippet worked fine for me. When I removed oXL.Workbooks.Add I do get an error.

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ampxAuthor Commented:
Awesome... haha, I tried everything like

oXL.ActiveWorkbook.SaveAs Filename = "C:\Data\Excel97\MyFile.xls"

and a bunch of otherstuff, and it didn't work...  thanks for the tip, works great now...

Great! Thanks for the feedback!
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